Recent Faculty News
- Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on Wallstrom Affair on Intlawgrrls: Je Suis Margot 
- Professor Forte’s Essay Published by the Online Library of Law & Liberty 
- Professor Robertson interviewed on America’s Work Force radio show regarding natural gas pipeline eminent domain 
- Professor Sterio Publishes Article on Drones in Albany Government Law Review 
- Professor Kalir Presents at Toledo Law School on Same-Sex Marriage & Jewish Law 
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Ask nearly any alumnus of Cleveland-Marshall and they will tell you what a difference the law school’s faculty made in their legal education. We pride ourselves on being student-centered, which means that our faculty are working side by side with you to achieve your goal of becoming a successful attorney.
While many law schools don’t give feedback until its too late to improve performance, Cleveland-Marshall faculty guide and mentor students toward a common goal of each student’s successful law career. Equally important, professors also equip students early on with the skills they will need to be successful in law school. Students find Cleveland-Marshall faculty accessible and approachable—in the classroom and beyond—and they are totally committed to the intellectual growth and success of their students.
While our faculty are dedicated to teaching, they are also leaders who are extraordinarily passionate about the law. They have come to careers in legal education from distinguished academic and professional backgrounds. As scholars, they represent many points of view, publish widely and are held in esteem nationally and internationally for the quality of their scholarship and as expert commentators.
We have faculty at the forefront of emerging and rapidly growing legal disciplines, and in areas of practical scholarship that continually advances the legal profession.
Our core faculty include tenured/tenure-track, clinical and legal writing professors. We are also privileged to have a number of our courses taught by our own emeritus  law professors, visiting professors from other law schools, and adjunct  professors--full-time practitioners who teach a course in their area of expertise.
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